Dictionary search results

Showing 1-50 of 50 results

bold British & World English

(Of a person, action, or idea) showing a willingness to take risks; confident and courageous

bold English Thesaurus

Derby's manager made another bold move into the transfer market

bold New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

typeface with thick strokes, like this

put a brave face on something British & World English

Act as if something unpleasant is not as bad as it really is

bold in audacious English Thesaurus

the audience were left gasping at his audacious exploits

bold in bold English Thesaurus

Derby's manager made another bold move into the transfer market

bold in daring English Thesaurus

a lone torpedo-bomber attempted a daring attack on the battleship

bold stroke British & World English

A daring action or initiative

be so bold British & World English

Dare to do something that might be considered audacious (used when politely asking a question or making a suggestion)

bold as brass British & World English

Confident to the point of impudence

bold stroke in bold British & World English

A daring action or initiative

be so bold in bold British & World English

Dare to do something that might be considered audacious (used when politely asking a question or making a suggestion)

overbold British & World English

Excessively bold

bold as brass in bold British & World English

Confident to the point of impudence

boldfaced British & World English

Printed in boldface type

Philip2 British & World English

Philip III (1245–85), reigned 1270–85; known as Philip the Bold

be or make so bold as to do something in bold British & World English

Dare to do something that might be considered audacious (used when politely asking a question or making a suggestion)

as bold as brass in bold British & World English

Confident to the point of impudence

put a brave face on something in face British & World English

Act as if something unpleasant is not as bad as it really is

Philip the Bold in Philip2 British & World English

Philip III (1245–85), reigned 1270–85; known as Philip the Bold